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December 2, 2017
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May 6, 2017, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Lincoln High School
If spring has you eager to start gardening, mark your calendar for Saturday May 6th and join Harvest Pierce County for the Annual Spring Summit hosted at Lincoln High School from 10am-3pm. Come learn about beginner to advanced gardening techniques, community development skills, and cooking. Kids are encouraged to come as Tacoma Children’s Museum will be providing activities. The event includes a free lunch as well as many giveaways including plant starts, seeds, and much more.
May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ North 27th & Proctor Street
The Proctor Farmers Market strives to provide the community with fresh, locally grown farm products while providing area growers with a venue for their crops and products. In addition we seek to educate the public about the importance of local agriculture, sustainable business and the impact we have on the environment. Bringing people together at the Farmers Market helps promote a greater sense of community, serves as an educational forum, and helps encourage local business development.
May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Pioneer Park in Downtown Puyallup
Featuring your favorite farmers bringing their best hanging baskets, veggie and fruit starts, flowers and more – all grown right here in Washington. Add a variety of distinct artisan crafters, specialty food vendors, unique and respected non-profits and top notch entertainment and see why the Puyallup Farmers’ Market is a premier regional weekend celebration!
May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
As part of the Green Puyallup Partnership we are focusing efforts on improving this open space to better support local wildlife and improve water quality. Pierce College has taken a lead with this work and is hosting Community Work Parties several times over the spring to remove blackberry and install native vegetation.